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Giovanni Battista Montano as Architectural Draughtsman: Recording the Past and Designing the Future
Giovanni Battista Montano (1534-1621), who was born in Milan and trained as a woodcarver, relocated permanently to Rome in the early 1570s where his interest in sculpting was replaced by intense study of the city’s antique ...
The Emergence and Evolution of Images of Ancient Roman Architecture in Renaissance and Early Baroque Rome
This dissertation is a comprehensive and analytical study of drawings and prints produced by artists and architects between the fifteenth and early seventeenth centuries showing Roman ruins. The unprecedented interest in ...